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Product Design & Manufacture

Got a new idea that needs a PV panel to power it? We can help you by designing a panel to fit your product and to match the electrical requirements of your system.

There are many products that require a small amount of power to operate them, and cannot be connected to the electricity grid because of remote location or the cost of connection.

We have been making PV systems for specialist equipment for decades and have vast experience of the operation of PV-battery stand-alone supply design. The sizing of the battery and PV modules are vital in ensuring that a system will operate successfully for a long lifetime. The choice of voltage for the system, the optimisation of energy use, and the confidence factor required for the job are all important factors in this process.

 We manufacture panels using many different materials and can provide a shape and size to match the product on which they are mounted. We have designed products for use in many environments including, marine, urban, industrial, high altitude and high latitudes.

 We have a wide range of test equipment and can verify the operation of prototype systems in many simulated conditions.

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PV Slate: Now even more flexible!

We are proud to expand our PV Slate product range to now include three size options. 

Our MCS approved PV Slate is now even more flexible to meet your project’s needs. Now matching with natural slates of 600x300 (24”x12”), 500x300 (20”x12”) & 500x250 (20”x10”).

PV Slate blends on the roof with natural slates to give you flexibility on system size, whatever your requirements.

Wherever you are in the UK, get in touch with us and we can help you size a system and select the right product for your project. 

 

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GB-Sol’s PV Panels Featured on BBC’s X-ray

Our solar PV panels and roof integrated system (RIS) were featured on BBC’s X-Ray on Monday this week.

The building was designed by Cardiff University as part of the Solcer project, to produce an affordable carbon positive house. The integrated solar panels were manufactured with a transparent back so they could be observed from inside as part of the demonstration building.

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